Sam Wang

Princeton Election Consortium

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Sam Wang is founder of the Princeton Election Consortium at Princeton University, where he is also Professor of Neuroscience and Molecular Biology.

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New evidence of excitement with only a day to go

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On the average, national polls show that Hillary Clinton will likely defeat Donald Trump in next month's election. Trump's response is familiar.

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In a speech in South Carolina today, Donald Trump gave out the personal cell phone of Lindsay Graham, that state's US Senator and a fellow candidate for President.

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In a speech in South Carolina today, Donald Trump gave out the personal cell phone of Lindsay Graham, that state's US Senator and a fellow candidate for President.

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